[BondLady] Saad: The Government's majority is the solution to the current crisis and the Government of the partnership will be a lesson for politicians in the future Sunday, 01 December / 2 January 2012 09:41 [Baghdad - where] Deputy called for the parliamentary bloc of virtue were part of the National Alliance to form a majority government a political solution to the political crisis in the country. Said Rep. Susan Saad told all of Iraq [where] that "the political crisis experienced by the now of the country are the results of the government of national partnership, which was the agreement of the leaders of political blocs and devoted party and splitting and sectarianism and nepotism in government ministries and state institutions, was formed at the expense of the people therefore call for a government political majority to resolve the current crisis. "
[BondLady] She added, "if we went from the outset to form a majority government policy, which stipulated by the Constitution and in turn there will be parliamentary opposition strong parliament is working on a calendar and to correct the performance of the government beyond a lot of crises and failures in the political stability and serve the citizens, so I think that the government of the partnership will be a lesson for politicians in the future, and that line will not be repeated in future governments and most importantly, not to repeat this experience. "
[BondLady] Saad pointed out that the "correct this error with respect to form a government, I believe the partnership will not be easy despite the dissolution of the current crisis lies in the formation of the political majority."

[BondLady] Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has hinted at a news conference on December 21 the current to the formation of a political majority in the event of continuing with the political crisis in the country now.
[BondLady] And witnessing the political process and the relationship between the blocks and clear strained with the withdrawal of U.S. troops from another country in the December 18 of the current political disputes between the State of Law Coalition and members of the Iraqi List.
[BondLady] He called President Jalal Talabani, leaders of political blocs to a meeting to resolve the current crisis is due to meet this week to a small committee comprising two members from each block to discuss the details of the initiative Talabani. Finished 2 http://www.alliraqnews.c ••• temid=86
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[BondLady] see there even sayin it here
[BondLady] to form the majority gov would be the solution
[BondLady] IF they couldn’t come to agreements an move iraq on to better things
[BondLady] that a majority gov an majority votes would solve the crisis
[BondLady] meaning if they had to go ahead and fire allawi and the ones who wouldn’t show back up to work
[BondLady] they would and to let it be a lesson to all in the future
[BondLady] of what would happen if any 1 tried to derail the progress of iraq any more
[BondLady] so u see pretty much all I’ve been sayin for the last 9 months finally coming to pass
[BondLady] let me bring in the last 1

[BondLady] Albzona: in 2011 was disappointing and we hope that the new year would be in compensation Sunday, 01 December / 2 January 2012 09:56 [Baghdad - where] MP from the State of Law coalition Jawad Albzona that "in 2011 was disappointing because of political problems and security breaches and the inability to provide services or provide job opportunities and the elimination of unemployment." He told all of Iraq [where] the day I hope to be the new year in compensation and provide real services to the citizen instead of prosthetic solutions experienced by citizens during the past years. "
[BondLady] He called for a coalition of law politicians to work hard to solve all the problems faced by citizens in all aspects of daily life because of the continuing resolution for politicians who wish to continue the political work and stay in office. "
[BondLady] He called Albzona politicians to move away from preoccupation with partisan and personal interests and narrow chairs the authority to uphold the demands do not end it does not provide the required service to the citizen and for which they were elected. "
[BondLady] Some politicians are alerted of the collapse of the political process in the country because of the large differences between the political blocs on the number of subjects, with Some argue that this conflict adversely affected the performance of government to provide services to the Iraqi people.
[BondLady] And witnessing the political process and the relationship between the blocks and clear strained coincided with the withdrawal of U.S. troops from another country in the December 18 of the past political differences between the State of Law Coalition and members of the Iraqi List
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[BondLady] see there all tired of allawi and his crap
[BondLady] they all like us are looking forward to a new and better year
[BondLady] they all want change
[BondLady] they all want prosperity
[BondLady] they want a shot at a normal life
[BondLady] and the only way that seems like it’s gonna happen
[BondLady] is for allawi to split leave the laws and parliament to the big boys
[BondLady] let progress begin
[BondLady] and give them a year of good things to look forward to
[BondLady] hope this helped u all in some understanding
[BondLady] and ty all for your patience
[BondLady] drops the mic and walks off